IGARSS 2020 – Remote Sensing: Global Perspectives for Local Solutions – is to be held on the Big Island of Hawaii. This island – over 4,000 square miles – has 10 of the world’s 14 climate zones and lends itself to discovery for our diverse global viewpoints and discussions. You will also find the longest running active volcano in the world (continuous since 1983) and the world\’s largest active Volcano (Mauna Loa.)
The IGARSS 2020 conference will be held at the Hilton Waikoloa Village on 62 oceanfront acres along the Kohala Coast. It is 20 minutes north of the Kona International Airport. This property offers tropical gardens, wildlife, Asian and Polynesian art, golf courses, tennis courts, shopping, restaurants, snorkeling, a nearby white sand beach (anaeho’omalu bay), salt-water lagoon, fresh water swimming pools, waterfalls and slides, dolphin encounters, sea turtles, and much more.
IGARSS 2020 is offering unique perspectives, discussions, research, solutions, and an opportunity to network in a beautiful environment.
Hosted by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, the 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2020) will be held Sunday, 19 July through Friday, 24 July, 2020 at the Hilton Waikoloa Village in Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA. The main theme of the 2020 symposium is “Remote Sensing: Global Perspectives for Local Solutions”.
On behalf of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society and the IGARSS 2020 Organizing Committee, we invite you to participate in IGARSS 2020, the world’s premier symposium on geoscience, remote sensing and related topics. We look forward to meeting you in Waikoloa during IGARSS 2020.
IGARSS is a premier event in remote sensing and provides an ideal forum for obtaining up-to-date information about the latest developments, exchanging ideas, identifying future trends and making networking with the international geoscience and remote sensing community.
The IGARSS 2020 technical program will include the following general themes:
Data Analysis Methods, Classification, and Data Mining
Missions, Sensors and Calibration
Data Management and Education
In addition, special scientific themes will be addressed, including:
Monitoring and damage assessment of volcanoes and other natural disasters
Monitoring and Preservation of Natural Reserves
Coastal environment, its change and the impact of rising sea levels
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
NewSpace in Remote Sensing
Artificial Intelligence in Remote Sensors